What Is Medication Assisted Treatment?
In collaboration with our primary care medical providers, we now offer a comprehensive and individually-defined program of proven medications and behavioral therapies for those suffering from opioid addictions, related heroin issues, and alcohol abuse.
Medication options include Buprenorphine/Suboxone, Vivitrol, Naltrexone, Antabuse, Campral, and other options to best suit the client’s needs.
Behavioral components include coordinated evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Theory (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing.
Integrated throughout our program is the use of Peer Recovery Coaching for ongoing program tailoring to fit the client’s psychosocial needs during treatment. Preparation for a sober lifestyle is a key focus.
What is it? Highly structured, interactive program designed to address the specific issues of opiate abuse (e.g. heroin, prescription pain medications, etc.) as well as alcohol. Emphasis on early recovery skills, relapse prevention, family education, and social support
– Duration: 9 - 12 months, 1x/week – Orientation: MAT + Cognitive/Behavioral & 12-Step/Social
Who is it for? Motivated men and women with a history of chronic pain and/or opiate use, abuse, or dependence, or alcohol abuse. Special emphasis on individuals involved with the criminal justice system.
Why this group? An evidence-based, effective protocol that combines a cognitive-behavioral approach with 12-Step principles. Random, observed urinalysis services available to monitor sobriety.